Today's News

  • Feb. 23, 2010: Obituaries

    Maura Crespo

    Maura Crespo, 72, of Vine Grove, passed away Sunday, Feb. 21, 2010, at Hardin Memorial Hospital in Elizabethtown.

    Survivors include her husband, Rufino Crespo; three children, Maria E. Nieves, Roberto Siguenza and Emma E. Smith; nine grandchildren, Francisco, Francis, Aida, Roberto, Rufino, Vilma, Maureen, Emmanuelle and Gregory R.; 11 great-grandchildren, Mireia, Anzhel, Denis Jr., Frankie Jr., Alexis, Roberto, Aidan, Emma, Robert, Maura and Sofia; a brother, Humberto; and a sister, Elva.

  • PREP WRESTLING: John Hardin's success causes its coach to cut his hair (02/22)

    By JOSH CLAYWELL jclaywell@thenewsenterprise.com FRANKFORT — Adam Lindsey has a case of hair today, gone tomorrow – literally. John Hardin’s veteran wrestling coach promised his Bulldogs if they finished with four or more medalists Saturday at the KHSAA State Wrestling Tournament, he would let his grapplers give him a haircut during the morning announcements. Beca

  • From the bookshelf: 'Chinese Cinderella'


    Chinese Cinderella Adeline Yen Mah Laurel Leaf

    List price:  $6.99 paperback

  • From the bookshelf: 'Footprints of Faith'

    "Footprints of Faith"

    Marie Eubanks Turner

    self published

    Available at The Bookstore: $12.50

    "There is a special Cadence, a rhythm to the soul,

    An essence of my existence, that I in reverence hold.

    This major thread of life, I've known and felt since birth,

    Endless and authentic, the music of God's earth."

    — Maire Eubanks Turner 


  • West Hardin honored for green achievement

    By KELLY R. CANTRALL kcantrall@thenewsenterprise.com STEPHENSBURG — A Hardin County Schools middle school is being recognized for an accomplishment only two other schools in the state have achieved. West Hardin Middle School is spotlighted this month on the Web site for the Environmental Education Council in Kentucky for being only one of three schools, and the only middle sch

  • Lunar celebration aimed to bring international adoptive families together

    The News-Enterprise

    ELIZABETHTOWN — Families in the greater Elizabethtown area who have adopted or are waiting to adopt internationally are invited to a Lunar New Year Celebration at 4:30 p.m. Sunday at Kingdom Buffet, 611 W. Poplar St.

    Carla Breeding, who is organizing the celebration, said participating families will get a discount on the buffet and should RSVP to InternationalFamilies@ymail.com to let her know how many will attend.

  • Photos: KAPOS: A cheerful competition

    Area cheerleading squads competed last Saturday in the Kentucky Association of Pep Organization Sponsors’ State At-Large event in Bowling Green.

    Central Hardin High School, top photo, placed second in the state in the small co-ed division. Central Hardin also fielded a squad in the small varsity division. CHHS coach Shauna Thompson was named Outstanding Coach of the Year and CHHS cheerleader Shelby Stein received the Stella Gilb scholarship.

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  • River to rise, but likely not flood



    WEST POINT — While the melting of this season’s monster snows in the East have raised flooding concerns, this small river town appears safe from rising waters.

    The Ohio River by this weekend is expected to rise only about 10 feet — to a little more than 30 feet, which is well below the 55-foot flood stage, said Mike Callahan, a National Weather Service hydrologist. The river level for West Point is measured at the McAlpine Locks in Louisville.